Practical Manual of Echocardiography in the Urgent Setting
covers the essentials of echocardiography in the acute setting,
from ultrasound basics to descriptions of all pertinent
echocardiographic views to clear stepwise advice on basic
calculations and normal/abnormal ranges.
This compact new reference:
- Provides step-by-step guidance to acquiring the correct views
and making the necessary calculations to accurately diagnose
cardiac conditions commonly encountered in urgent settings.
- Presents information organized by complaint/initial
presentation so that readers can work from this first knowledge of
the patient through the steps required to pinpoint a diagnosis.
- Covers echo basics, from sound wave characteristics/properties
to common device settings to basic ultrasound formulas.
- Includes diagnostic algorithms fitted to address the
differential diagnosis in the most commonly-encountered clinical
Designed and written by frontline clinicians with extensive
experience treating patients, Practical Manual of Echocardiography
in the Urgent Setting is the perfect pocket-sized guide for
residents in cardiology, emergency medicine, and hospital medicine;
trainees in echocardiography; medical students on cardiology or
emergency medicine rotations; technicians, nurses, attending
physicians -- anyone who practices in the urgent setting and who
needs reliable guidance on echocardiographic views, data and
normal/abnormal ranges to aid rapid diagnosis and decision-making
at the point of care.
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